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OMAHA DAILY BKK-WEDNESDAY , AUGUfcTG , 1684.
THE DAILY BEE.
Wednesday Morning Agust 6
LOOAL BREViriES ,
Sheriff Miller with tiifBcienl number
"tlcrmttfN will tnke the prieonofs , twelve in 1
to Nobeiville next Friday.
The Utoot car company i breaking In
broncho pony on one of the cars yt tordfty (
Henry Doyle , for dleturbance of the i > e c
\ M yesterday fined $5 find cost * . H
i.Mditftndwcnt hit way with n sorrow hi
Mary Mcl'homon WM fined S..andcwU
inthpXllca ] court yootirelay f r abu intr
neighbor nndmtop lanpia e toward her unbc
coming a Indy.
SuDcrlntandonl Smith , of the Kansas 1'a
clfic illtMon , wont wo't on llio 1) ) . it M. , J'os
torday , to Denver. He 111 return by tin
ICanum I'Acific to Kaunas I'lly.
The OBiihalt pmtiunt beliu torn ii |
weir the i > o > tolTico U > ndnilt of jmttlnff in
xower i > lpo from the pmemnicnl building , it
liwjuit Ix-en found out cincc the imemcnt
WM put down tuAtiuch n thiiif ? we * iioodtd.
Mbrocaro should bo taken by the tirim
* ler bnulloff granlto in allowing the chunks
ofstonoto fall off on tbo fltrcotc , as so\oral
lioRry ( whosls have boon broken and the ve
hlcloi nearly upset by coining in contact will
thcro obitnictlona lying out In the drlvt-wny.
Ucv. 0. ) V. S vldge , paftof of the First
J\l. \ I' , churcti of thii city , will Htart east on n
month's vacation Homo titno thta week. 1'art
of the time will bo apoat nt the national Man
ihy.tchool wiombly nt Lnko Cluutauqua ,
Now York , and the national camp-mooting at
Martha's Vinyard , off the coast of Maesa-
Last week ox-Polloeinan Walker win
chopping kindling wood .at his roeidonco on
North Fourteenth atrcot , when his nx caught
on n clothes-lino and flow back , htriklnghim
OUT the loft oje , cutting a palnlnl gtwh. A
phyiitohn was called and It wan found ncce *
t-nry to take several stltchc * In order to cloao
the wound ,
After cxrofiil consiJernllim Ju < lgo IJeuolco
decided to accept the propo Uiun of the Wit-
ting's and Murphy to lent o town riud they
were given until Ix o'clock lint evening to
nhako the dust of Omalia from their fcot and
\randcr forth upon the face of the oatth , 'out'
caslH. "CSood rlddanco to bad rubbW ap
plies very well in thta case.
StatoTrcisucrcrSturto > Ant is nt the 1'ax-
J. K. King , of Hasting1 ! , in nt the Metro-
.T. A. Grom , ef Wyraore , w at the Mttn > -
John Gardner , of Bpringfiied , [ id at the
O. U. Button , of Mifsouri Valley , Is at the
Mistt A. Allen , of Aurora , ii thojjucit of the >
Mrs. A. K. Keith left for Kearney , Nob. ,
S. M. Unchuell , of PlaUmouth , WRH at thu
IS. 11. Cowdruy , Columbus , U quartered at
llu : MotropoliUu ,
It. S. Srooot , of Kopiiblicau City , In ntopinp
attlui Metropolitan. <
,1. .T. Uutlor and wife , of Ue.ititop , nro
hiopping nt the Metropolitan ,
Will . Jay , of the Lincoln State Journal ,
IB rogUtorcd at the MctropoliUu.
Sirs. L. II. Korty and two lady frionda loft
on tlm noon train to-day for Denver.
Hon. II. W. Montgomery , tooohcr of the
Uudofllooat llloomiugton , thii elate , wait in
UIB city yesterday.
Oi-orge Dcknon ! rt-turncd from Grand IB
nnd yest rd y Geor o ay ho intpoctud
the corn crop and found it a big one imdgrow-
U. S. Attorney LambaiUon and U. S. Mar-
hhal lllurlxiwcr wont yesterday to Nortl
J'Jatte , wheroit in roitirtoJI$390isiuiMingfroin ]
Hon. Nils AnufMon , of Kiluioro county ,
prominently mentioned for the position of
bUto limd commnHiom ! > r , VVHH m the city
looking iiftor II'H fenced.
John liarucs , of hose company No , 2 , who
was run over at the lire Sunday morning , had
biilficiontly recovered yesterday to bo out ,
Although fooling very aore andtmablo for duty.
William II. Coffin , Marie J. Ivojliml K. P.
Aiidra , U. 8. A. ; T. II. Lwivltt and L. 0.
Burr , Lincoln ; J. L. Ilaloy. Itcd Cloud ; 1' .
Whilmoro , Vulloy ; W. ] . . Whodon nnd wife ,
York ; V. G. Lantry. lilair , ftoiu at the I'nx.
G. IMi-ox , Norfolk ; T. L. Craudall , Uan
croft ; J. U. Uarnw , 1'onca , W. II. HlnunoiiH ,
Hchuyler ; 1' . O. Dimock , Divgn ; 1 K ,
Leonard , Did City ; N. 1) . Uakor , and A
P. Clupm&n , Lincoln were guenU of thu Mil
Merani. Win. P. McDovitt nnd E. I' . Mur
j'hy left yentorday for a tour of recreation In
thowoat. Mr. MoPovltt'b objective i > ontl !
Colorado , whore he will wandir through thi
Roryui and over the picturcHqiio fields of tbu
t > oautf ! ul Ute. Mr , Murphy \vill view tin
Kockle , cast glance oor the plains of I'ta
and give Bomo thought to , the nil ubnohit )
question of Monnoninni.
1'AW. Youn . known at the Union Rtoc
yards in Chicago niDriglHin Young , lias ! HH >
in the city for several days. Mr. Young In
! KI U connected with Armour A Co. In tl
Garden city as head engineer for I bo last ti
teen yejtri mid hn come to Omaha for tli
purpose of permanently locating hero in tin
Biine c/ipicitf at thi Union etock yardd nea
tfilj'uty , Mr , Young in nrvUtituof 0. W
Cdguton , of IhU city ,
Pofttoffico rhangci in Nubraaka durin
the week ending Aug. 2 , 1881 , furnUhci
liy AVm. Van Vlcck , of thu pottoflico di
J5 t bli hed Ao'leraon , Droirn Co ,
John Anderson , P. 1. Lutee , lirow
Oo , John Lute * , P , 51.
Dlioontinued Farrell , Plfttte Co. Pu
gjua , 0130 Oo ,
poatmutora Appointed Big SprinRi
Oheyonno Co. , Ooorpo H. Iliurnau IIa
inonvilla , Holt Co. , Alfred p. Moar.
Postoflico ohangos in lima during th
we k ending Aug. 2 1881 :
KiUbllthed-r-Oomraunia , Clayton Oo
Oeb" 3Iuogge , P. M.
DiaxmtfnufdHmlunvillo , Bud auaii
Co.Veat.Troy , Iuw Co.
Poatmaitera * ppoInte l Crobior , Iiuen
VJita Oo. , 0 , W. Smith. Lantrwi athy
.J.mr * Co. , p U. Hwtedo. Nortl field
! > . 51 uea Oj , Oeo , W. Downard.
THE COMMON COUNCIL.
* * i
The Mayor Empowered to Pnrcte th
LODE Needed Patrol Outfit. .
The Work of Opening Sononteontl
Street Proceeding Slowly
Much MlflCOllanooiiR IJnsIncBB Trana
At the regular weekly mooting of th
city council last evening members
Dooliol , Portl , Jlnscall , Knufmail , Hod
field , Thrnno , Woodworth nnd Murpli ;
wcro present. The roll wna called nnc
the minutes of the two previous moot
inga were read and approved.
rmriONH AND COMMVNIOATIO.V.S.
From the acting mayor , votoin ;
eighteen ordinanoon passed at last moot *
ing , for the reason the sanio arc not in
accordance with law. Veto sustained.
From same , approving certain ordt
nancca passed at lost mooting. Filed.
From ilillon Scott , applying for the
appointment of Jacob Uoitman aa special
policeman at the 13. & M. passenger depot
pot grounds. Filed.
From the mayor , appointing Jacob
Uoltrnan aa auch policeman. Con
From city physician , presenting his re
port for last month. Filed.
From A. Koch and others , calling at
tention of the council to the dangerous
hole on Jefferson street just north of
From St. A. D. Balcombo , T. 0.
Drunnor , and John Wigman appointed
appraisers to assets the damages arising
From the change of grade of Izard from
Nineteenth to Twentieth , and Twentieth
From Ginning to Nicholas , making their
report allowing § 300 to the property
A number of bills was referred without
From Lee Hart and others , asking
that the grade of Eighteenth atroot bo ao
changed that the abutting property bo
lot ruined , Filed.
'From A. D. Junes , asking the council
to cause the ditch on Twelfth atroot between -
twoon Howard and Jones to bo filled up.
FromD. W. Luno , petitioning the coun-
: il to instruct Chief Butler to reinstate
kirn as driver of hose cart No. 1.
From II. Kounlzo , asking that D.
Kenniston bo appointed to inspect and
luporintcnd the work about to bo begun
3ii St. Miry's avontio. Haforrod.
From the trustees of the Pioneer hook
uid ladder company , olfering to sell its
property to the city. Itoforrod.
From Norman A. Kuhu and others ,
taking for the ostabliahmentof the grade
f Jefl arson between Farnam aticot
aid Capitol avenue. Usforrod.
From James Croighton , presenting
} oud of Ernest II. Stuht for the grading
f alloy in block -13. Approved.
From Charles J. Ryan , soliciting the
i7ork of pruuing the trees on Jofioraon
From same , presenting estimates of
ity engineer , approved by the board of
public worko. Approved.
From the board of public works , re
commending the appointment of James
B. Callahan aa inspector of granite pav
From Jampa Croighton , slating that
Stephen Robinson had boon awarded the
contract for removing the garbage , and
that ho would not sign the same , nnd
giving Mr. Robinson's reasons. Referred.
From James Croighton , presenting
list of sidewalks laid by Charles Gardner
from Juno 4th to July L'lst , 1884. Re
From same , presenting the time of inspectors
specters for the month of July. Filed.
From Andrew Smith and others , ask
ing that Airs. Kelly bo allowed to put
her homo on the city lot in the roar of
engine house No. 1. Filed.
From Ed. Wittig and others , asking
that the necessary stops bo taken to as-
auro the tax-paying citizens the protec
tion of their property from the persons
staying on Twenty-fourth etreot south
of St. Marys avonuo. Referred.
SBy | Kaufman , that the committee entire
tire and waterworks bo instructed to pur-
ohaso 1,000 foot of hoaa for the the
Deluge hose company. Referred.
By Ford , that a fire proof safe bo pur
chased for the police court. Referred.
By Furay , that the city marshal bo in
atructcd to rouiovo the building on
Twenty-third and Izard atroota. Adopt
od.By lluscall , that the atrcot commis
sioner fill up the depression on Dorcas
otreot west ot Eleventh. Adopted.
By Wood worth , that three catch basins
bo placed on I ho Intersection of Nicholas
street and Sherman avenue Referred.
By Boohol , that Phil Sheridan otreot
north of St. Mary's avenue bo placed in
n passable condition. U'furrod.
By Bechol , that the sewer pipe on the
south side of Farnam street near the the
ravine at the foot of tlm hill at Twenty
third atroot bo extended U5 fcot further.
iiKvoiiTs oi1 co.MMirrr.iM.
Finance and claims , stating Uiat Olios.
E , Burmester and John Christiansen hac
been considerably damaged by water ar-
iuing from the grading of Ftirnam street ,
and added that no mon ya were in the
proper fund to pay the sumo * Ap
From S. Shear ? , stating tliat the ho
, Lol ussociatlon had been unjustly chargoc
by the board of public works with 23.25
mid asking to bo released from the eamo ,
Police , reporting favorably upon the
purchasing of the patrol w agon and rcc
amended that the mayor purchiuq n , wag
on , homo and harness nnd adding thai
it is the opinion of the committee tha
the employment of ono extra man is
necessary , Adopted.
Sewerage , stating cho amount allowoc
nioTIugh and McQavock la duo and un
paid , but there are no funda on hand to
pay the uatno. Adopted.
Same , reporting that there are no
funds to pay William Fitch & Co. , the
$250 duo them , being the 5 per coat , retained
tained by the city on the .Seventeenth
street sew or , Adopted.
Mr. Furay waa allowed to introduce
resolution directing the board of public
works to relay the Waring main from
Dodge to Capitol avouuo by the way o
Bodge and Ninth street. Referred.
Viaducts , recommending the paseago
of the viaduct ordinance. Adopted.
Paving and guttering , recommending
that the prayers ol the petitioners tha
curbing and guttering of Sherman avenui
be delayed one year ba granted. Adopted
Special committee , reporting it * con
clusion upon the proposed extension of
Seventeenth street from it pro * < mt ter
minus to Clark , and that John llorbach
had agreed to grant the right of way
through 20 of hin 2 lot * upon certain
conditions. Adopted. The report o
John Graves , 0. E. Squires and Danio
Konniston , appointed appraisers to asses
the damages arising from such extension
was thoh road. It reported damages to
the amount of $1,200. Approved.
Repealing ordances NOJ. COS and COO ,
Correcting mistake in special ordin
nnco No. Cl.'i. Passed.
Ordering Webster street curbed nnd
guttered from Fourteenth to Sixteenth
and Ninth street from Capital avenue to
the firnt alloy south. Passed.
Ordering alloy paving districts Nos. 1
2 nnd a paved , and giving preporh
owners ! ! 0 days to select material
An ordinance appropriating moneys
for liabilities incurred during the montl
of July. Passed.
To open Arbor atroot in Bowery Hill
addition to Tenth atroot in Lane's sub
Creating paving districts Nos. 32 , 33
and 34. District 32 includes Fainnm
street between Eighth and Ninth ; 33.
Douplas between Eighth and Ninth , and
34 , Jackson between Ninth and Tenth.
The property owners nro also notified by
the ordinance to select the paving mater
ial within 30 dajH after ita passage.
About thirty ordinances levying special
taxes to pay the cost of paving streets
nnd alloys in certain paving districts , and
to pay the cost of certain curbing and
guttering' were read thrco times nnd
A special ordinance appropriating ccr
nonoy out of certain eowor funda to payer
or work dpno for the city. Passed.
The viaduct ordlnanoa waa road the
.hird time and recommitted.
The council then adjourned to moot
his morning nt 0 o'clock , at which time
t convenes as n board of equalization.
A OHILD FOUND ,
Uoy Found nt the Corner ol
Yesterday n lit'.lo boy , about two
oars ot ago , was found at the corner of
twenty-third and Douglas streets. Ho
was crying pitcoudy and wanted his
mamma. Ho could not give his narao
and was taken to the house of Mr. Petty ,
ornor of Douglas and Twonty-third ,
where his parents can find him.
Ho was dressed in n plaid dress , red
lockings and n whlto straw hat.
More of the Mother Hubbarcl.
A few daya ago I noticed that an order
lad Dcon issued by the city marshal
inhibiting tho.wearing of a ladies' gar
ment known as the "Mother Hubbard
wrapper. " The grounds uponwhich the
rdcr was made were that the dress
s "improper" and that it "leads to an in-
ocont exposure of the person. " A most
omarkablo order and conclusion 1
I question the power or legal authority
f the marshal to make auch an order.
believe ho baa not the power to con-
rol or regulate the dross of either la-
loa or gentlemen , The dross referred
o can not in any sense bo dearned "im-
> ropor. " No dress can bo considered
mpropor while it fulfills itsobjcct of cov-
ringnakodncss. There can bonoprotonco
hattho"HotherHubbard"does not cover
ho person. If it does , how can it for a
nomont bo considered as loading to an
'indecent exposure of the person ? "
) thor dressoi are worn which should
lave boon included in such an order , had
lie marshal power to do so , Wo notice
rosses worn with thin lace alcoves and
waist , exposing the arms and bust to a
onsiderable extent. Does this not ox-
> ese the person ? The "Mother Hub-
> ard" does not do this , but ia a garment
which can bo worn at homo or on the
treot by all modest ladies who desires
comfort during warm weather. The
jontloinan advocating the order must bo
ixcocdingly sensitive about the moral
welfare of the community. K the pro-
notion of Buoh a high standard o morala
VOH his object , ho shouldhayo commenced
> y issuing an order clearing the city of
ho numerous gambling dons , dlvos and
louooa of ill-rojuito of which the city in
o well provided with , and should have
olio wed it up by giving the police in
structions to arrest and suppress this
ivil , with the same promptness as in the
'Mother Hubbard" case.
The fact of these resorts cannot bo
claimed to bo unknown to the oificiala , >
as low characters of every description 5
can bo soon on the strnots at all hours ot
the day and night Is this matter to bo
overlooked ? Is it not moro important to
suppress these vices than to cause the
irrest of innocent and modest ladies who
'or comfort snko should wear a decent
'Mother Hubbard" on the street ? The
marshal and police have moro important
luty to attend to for the good and wol-
'aro of the city than that. Lot them at-
: end to that first which is most im
portant. The order is the height of in
justice 1 No justice would think of con
victing a lady arroatod under such an
order. It should at once no revoked
and expunged from the records.
Sixth AVard llopubliuanu.
The Republicans of the Sixth ward are
requested to moot at Kngino house No.l ,
on Wednesday evening for the purpose
of organizing a Illalno and Lopan club.
JfJO R RvrillHTi , ) , ,
.7. K.VIMIIN. . } '
Army Onera ,
Recruit John Buckley , unlisted nt Ft.
Omaha , Nob. , Is assigned to the Fourth
Private John J. Whituhoad , ro-onliat-
ednt Fort Omaha , Nob. , is assigned to
light battery D , Fifth artillory.
Recruits George Etiman and William
Waddell , enlisted at Fort Douglas , Utah
are asBifincd to company H , Sixth in
On the recommendation of his troop
and post commander , the uuoxpirod portion
tion of the sentence of the general court
martial in tha caeo of Private Fred W.
Faulkner , troop L , Fifth cavalry , pub.
lished iu general court martial orders
No. ID , current soriea from these headquarters -
quarters , is remitted.
On the roccommendation of his troop
and post commander , so much of the un
executed portion of the sentence of gen-
pral court martial in the CMC of Private
William Watson , troop 1 , Fifth Cavalry ,
as relates to confinement coso published
in general court martial orders No. 2G
currnnt noriea from thcso headquarters-
First Lieutenant Dan. 0. Klngtnan ,
corps of engineers , chief engineer oftioer
of the department , will proceed to such
points In tho' Santoo-Sioux Indian res
ervation , in Dakota , as may bo necessary
and comply with the orders of the ma
jor general commanding the division of
the Missouri , already famished him ;
having completed this duty ho will re
turn to his proper station.
The travel directed ii necessary for
the public service.
The following Is published for the in
formation and guidance of this command :
" 1 have the honor to say that , in my
judgment , officers who nro to bo mounted
should own their own horses , and you are
hereby directed to cause , throughout
your division , the most rigid enforcement
of the regulations in this respect. A
reasonable time ( say thrco months ) may
bo given lor the enforcement of this
order , but at the end of that period you
will direct reports to bo made to these
headquarters of every oflicor who is con
tiuuint ( ita violation , nnd bring to pun
ishinont all oflondors. As it is now pro
vided that the service of captains with
light batteries shall bo for a period of
throe yoara , it is doomed advisable to
cover their mounts by the same para
graph (2815 ( A. II. ) that provides for subalterns -
altorns serving with light batteries , and
you will bo governed In your action in
their cases by that paragraph. * * *
and Inform you that compliance with the
provisions of this letter will bo required
throughout the army.
army.P. . H. SHEUIDAN ,
"Lieutenant Gcdoral. "
AEEIVAL OF BE ? , POTTEE ,
The Newly-Elected ninlioj ) to Hpcml
Sunday In Omnbn.
Lottora nnd a telegram have boon re
ceived in this city from Now York stat
ing that llov. Eliphalot Potter , D. D. ,
who recently was elected to the bishop
ric of Nebraska , will bo in Omaha next
Sabbath. It i.s thought that ho will
preach from the pulpit of hla church in
this city on that day. It is understood ,
lowovor , that his presence here is nottobo
inkimaaanotnonof his reconsideration of
lia declination to fill the proffered placo.
Hoy. Potter has had , it is said , n strong
dpsiro for eomo time to see the west and
his stay here will simply bo a stop-over
on his journey westward. The Reverend
will travel along the whole line of tbo
Jnion Pacific. At times ho will leave
the road nnd tr\vol across the country
visiting places of interest. The frionda
nnd members of the church have now a
ixcd belief that ho will not accept the
iroflbrod place , and the council will thus
) o forced to convene for n third time for
ho purpose of electing a bishop.
NF.BUASKA STATE GAZETTEEU & Busi
NKSH DIKKCTORY to bo issued in July , 1884
price 5-1.50. J. M. WOLFK , publisher ,
12Q , S. 14th St. Omaha.
Carroll is a Clipper.
Carroll , who for a time played ball
with the Union P.iciGc team , in this city ,
s proving to bo a Maaootto with the St.
? aul club. Of his playing the St. Paul
Pioneer Press says the following :
"It was a regular case of snatching
victory from defent , and the visitors who
would almost have staked their exist
ence on their winning , were corrcspond-
ngly down in.tlio mouth. Since Carroll
: ccamo a member of the homo team , ho
ias become a regular Mascotto , and the
club has won nine out of the twelve
; ames played. Hu la n fine fielder ,
md heavy batter , and ij besides a quiet ,
unassuming young man. Ho plays to
win every time , and is generally success-
ul in inducing the others to emulate his
axamplo. Many of those who were pres
ent at the game yesterday gavp up all
lope of seeing the homo team win , and
eft before the conclusion of the contest.
? hose who remained , however , were
reated to as fine a spurt as could bo do-
irod. And it was little Carroll who
avod the day. "
All republicans of the third ward are
nvited to a mooting on Thursday oven-
ng , Aug.7th , at 8 o'clock , at the north-
saat corner if 12th and Harncy. By or-
lor of W. F. SCHMIDT ,
Chairman Third Ward.
Kcul Estate Transfers.
The following transfers were Glod for
record In the olHoo of the county clerk ,
kugust'4,1884and reported for Tnn BEB
> y the Amos' real estate agency :
Ohas. S. Parr and wife to n. D. Hoed ,
r. d , lot 2 , block 7 , Capitol addition.
II. D. IJood to N. Dorn , w. d , lot 2 ,
block 7 , Capitol addition. 5,00.
Chas. A. Friday to John \V. Zimmor ,
> arcol see 11 , 1C , 10. $1,080.
W. J. Connell to W. II. Bennett , w.
1 , lot 32 , Hickory placo. § 307.00.
A. Pink and wife to B. Basus , w. d ,
part of lot 2 , sec. 35 , 15 , 13. § 050.
lioira J. A. Shull to A. W. Babcock ,
r. d , lot 17 , block 10 , Shull's 1M nddi-
Th ! powder nerfr v rioe. A muvel of parent * *
ropgtli and wlioleeomono * . Mom economical tha
UioonUairy klmU.&adoumatttt § - > M IP oompotltlon
with the multitude of low tort , short wulght alum or
ihoinliato powdoni. BoM onlv la cum. UOYAL
UAK1SU rOtYUKB CO
DISEASES OP THE
EY1 & EAE
J T. ARMSTROHB , M. D. ,
: , xi.eSL
( Bom tun repaired horn nwuU el An , offl
i'Hfcor , Uoora D , Crdgbtoa Block 16U >
BROOKLYN'S GREAT mm.
' 'This is to certify Hint I have mndo n careful imalysH of DR
PRICE'S CREAM BAKING POWDER nnd also of the Royal Unk
ing Powder. "
"I find tlmt DR. PRICE'S POWDER is mndo of pure materials nnd
mixed in the best chemical proportions for the object to be obtained. "
"It contains no Carbounto o Ammonia'but one-half ns much starch
ns the Royal Baking Powder , evolves more carbonic acid gas , both by
analysis and by npracticlc teat in the preparation and baking of biscuits
makes n liphler , better flavored , nnd , in my opinion , more wholesome
article of food. "
"I regard PIUJE'3 ( BAKING POWDER as superior to the Roya
BAKING POWDER for the following reasons : "
1. It contains no Ammonia , n substance which is not advisable in
articles of fojd and unnecessary , if it is not positively injurious.
52. It contains less starch , and therefore , weight for weight , con
tains more of the active inpredienta and is n purer article.
3. It evolves more carbonic acid gas and therefore more efficient ,
as shown by analysis and by experiment with u weighed quantity ol
4. The ingredients are mixed in better proportions , so that there is
less free alkaline carbonnte remaining in the dough to impair digestion
by neutralizing the gastric juice.
5. It gives n lighter and better Hovered dough , owing to the facts
stated in Nos. 3 aid above.
"I know of no respect in which DR. PRICE'S CREAM BAKING
POWDER is inferior to the Eoyal Baking Powder. "
I am very respecfully yours ,
ELIAS H. HARTLEY , B. S. , M. D. ,
Chemist to the Department of Health , City of Brooklyn. Lecturer on
Physiological and Practical Cln uiistry in the Long Island College
May SO. 18841 Hospital , Medical College.
Do not take our Word for it , Let every Hoiisekeeyer Prove it.
PLACE A CAN OF THE ROYAL TOP' DOWN ON A HOT STOVE
UNTIL HEATED. THEN RE1IOVE THE COVER AND SMELL.
MERGELL & EOSENZWEIG , Are prepared to do oik
UTSIDE THU cirr
Practical Painters I Decorator On Short in nny branch Notice ,
CARRY TOE LAllO EST AND FINEST.KETAIti STOCK OP HOUSE ,
WALL PAPEES AMD DEOOEATIONS. AND FRKSCO
8TOUWg 1515 Donslas Street , Omaha , PAINTING DECORATIN , :
D. B BEEMER , Agent , OMAEA , NEB.
The Largest Stock in Omaha antfjflflakcs the Lowest Prices'
DRAPERIES ANJD MIRRORS ,
Just rocolved an oesortmont far sarpasahig anything in thla market , comprloln
tlia latest and most tasty designs niaunfaotnrea for this spring's trade and , covorin ,
a range of prlcoa from the Cheapest to the most Expensive.
N"ow ready for the inspection of cus Complete stock of nil the
tomers , the newest noveltif H in styles in Turcoman , Madras and
Suits and Odd Pieces. Lace GurtaiiiB , Etc. , Etc.
33logant Fassonger Elevator to all Floors.
1206 , 1808 and 1210 Farnam Street , - - - - OMAHA NEB-
W.M : , . s
A1D TWO WHEEL OASTS.
1M9 * nJlZOUim rBtr l and < 03 rf. llth Strut. l
culr t da UIojaj furuJiQ.a fi aoon. illc | tlao.
fea tom O O >
a too 43 a >
o tn 3
OUMINGS AND 20Tfl ST. , OMAHA , NEB ,
N. B. FALCONER ,
GKand Sale of Sheetings.
This Trook wo offer our cntiro stock of
ahootinga and pillow casings at greatly re
8-t I'cppercll Sheeting .SO o n otth'Sfi a
04 J'epiicro'I Sheeting. . . . .2Ja north 1 | e
1 < M McH'orcll ' Shcellig .IB o woith HO o
( )4Xow ) YoikMIII 2So | worth S2jo
1041NcwYoik Mill * SO c woith Si o
04IHIC.1 . .4 . S7Jo worth 85 o
10-4Utlcn . . . . . .SO c woitli 37o
P 4 Wfimmttn BO o worlh 35 o
lO-MVamsuttn 32Jo worth 87jc-
04 Piutt of theLoom 27Jo worth 85 o
10-4 Ktult of the Loom ,30 a worth 87la IT' '
Unbleached Sheeting ? .
3-4 I'epucrcll Shooting ISjc worth 22So
0 4 Pepperrll hhcetlnf .SO o worth ! & a
10 1 IVpporall Sbeotlnif 2o worth S7)o )
( M lloston Bhi clings 5 o woith no o
10 4 Boston Sheeting * . S7J < 3 worth 38lo
Pillow Casing ,
42-Inch I'cppereU 12o worth 3fl a
40-Inch rji ( > rtll 135 , , north lOjie
0-4 Pcppercll ifljo wcrth 20o
42.lnch Fnilt of Loon 13Jo worth JOJa
6-4 Krult of Loom 1C o worth 17jo
0 4 Fruit of Loom iBjo worth SIJo
6Utlca njo worth 20 c
0-4 tltlca JO 0 wcrth 25 o
0-8 WamsutU 15 o worth 20 3
4-8 Wnmeutta so o worth Wc
01 WanuutU 25 o worth 27lo
Customers will find wo hnro plenty of
those goods aa advertised.
HAIB ! HAIR ! HAIR
Millinery and Hair Dressing Parlors
jRax > iaLA > : txx JQtroot.
Hair I Hair I Hair i Cheap I
CtTOountrv Order * Bollrltixl
1710 DODGE STREET.
I'rtvnto rooms for ndulta nt reasonable ratal , Intlo-
dlu7 nurolntf. Pruinpt attention Rlrcn to emergency
C.IKCS. J'atienta can bo attended , by their own phy
sician /JTVlspcneary for the poor open Tuesdays ,
Thursdays anil baturdaya from 10 to 11 a. m ,
DR , SWETNAM ,
Ofiico 15th struct , first door north o
Favnam in Boyd's opera house.
orders nt office or Sale's drug store.
New park , Hhorman Avenue Ball Prrk.
ii consequence ot the lncliuicncv of the T. ca'.hcr
and by request ot the ruunors , the
120 YAEDS HANDICAP
i rKwtpoiied to Sunday afternoon , August 3rd.
fiTAdmission JSS v
WEDNESDAY , JULY 30TH - ' >
SALOON KKEl'KKS VS. PICKUD NINE.
HSTMorabora wlthJSIomlwr Cards Free.
Finest rooms In the city. Centrally located and
near Horne railway.
1215 Douglas St. , - OMAHA , NEB.
TKHIIS S3 to fiW per day , as per room.
0. C CAJll'BELL , Proprietor.
Bee Hive Photograph
2 IS Nor Ih IGUi Street.
lUmeinber that my Phototrraphs
ralo8pcote < l before Iwlrgdelivenid
rom the I1KK HIVE PIIOFO
QKAPIt STUDIO OMurlng e > crj'
body perfect satisfaction.
WLHEELER BROS. ,
HOOKS AND STAPLE AND f'ANCV
1522 UOUQLAS STKKUT.
The Pioneer and Still Ahead.
100,000 NOW IN USE.
Fut lupcnedlni ; the l rfrt o'd ' fuhloncd itord
udranitg. Uhaitbe elmpliwt tnd moot efficient
to\a burner * In the world , and with new Improve-
nentsthdfMglut to operate. Absolutely Ufa wltb
tu ivtcut ruevrvolr , now to use tnu cond ttsuou
without a sln lo acclJiMat.
jtiTUJCj for Catalogue , Irioe Llet , Etc.
UtJIjLi VAI'OU SIOVK OO , ,
I. W. WAITE , M. D.f
Physician & Surgeon
( Former I j of llcroy Hctpltal , Chicago. )
frrronj lboa Aii nnd Dlseawu of the Eye and
JCar a H | > odaUy.
/ BorneoOdd roll > * V HlooV , N. W earner llth
nd Dodge btrocu , Oratlu , Mcb. Office houn 10 tu
i ! . m , V to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. HjniUu 10 to 12 a.
n. All calU prutnytly atUod d.
cb. , Au . 1 , irSt.
KotieeU hereby glien llui on thu Oil dtyof N >
einbcx , l&SMpuld tueddlloquent Uiea for 1881 on
oti4 , 6 and 7 In wctlen ID , townthlplS , rinco 10 In
thi- county of DougU * . N > b. , and tint tbe tlpic for
redemption of * .v I ktl vtUI empire on the Oth d y it
Hoi emt r. t3l. ( P , COCII K \ J < ,
AlU 4 01 Omaha , rcb.